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Configure and Manage Google Cloud Drive on your Debian/Ubuntu
Posted by Karim Buzdar on February 14, 2020

Google Drive is a safe and reliable cloud storage service provided by Google. If you are looking for synchronizing your files across personal computers, laptops, smartphones, tablets, etc. you can make use of the Google Cloud Drive. You can also share your digital content with other users by providing them restricted or full access to your files on the Google drive. Google provides a ‘Personal’ package of 15GB free space and a ‘Business’ package that charges you only for the storage that your employees use.

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Setup Icecast Media Streamer on Ubuntu 18.04
Posted by Karim Buzdar on December 27, 2019

Icecast, according to the developers, is a streaming media (audio/video) server which currently supports Ogg (Vorbis and Theora), Opus, WebM and, MP3 streams. It can be used to create an Internet radio station or a privately running jukebox and many things in between. It is very versatile in that new formats can be added relatively easily and supports open standards for communication and interaction.

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How to Install Apostrophe Content Management System on Ubuntu
Posted by Karim Buzdar on November 11, 2019

The apostrophe is a CMS framework for Node.js that supports in-context editing, schema-driven content types, flexible widgets, and much more. This article is about setting up ApostropheCMS on your Ubuntu system and then creating a sample CMS project to get you started. We will be installing the application through the default Ubuntu command line application called the Terminal. The simplest way to open the Terminal is either through the Ctrl+Alt+T shortcut or through the Application Launcher search(accessible through the Super/Windows key).

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How to Transfer Files to-and-from Ubuntu through Magic Wormhole
Posted by Karim Buzdar on August 27, 2019
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The Magic Wormhole package comes with a library and a command-line tool named Wormhole. This tool lets you transfer arbitrary-sized files and directories, and even pieces of text from one computer to another. The two endpoints are identified by using identical “wormhole codes”: in general, the sending machine generates and displays a human-pronounceable code, which must then be typed into the receiving machine. This article is about installing the Wormhole command line utility on the source and target Ubuntu systems. Then, presenting an example of securely sending a file from one Ubuntu system to the other using Wormhole.

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Bringing Together Cloud Applications including Gmail, Slack, Outlook, Trello, and More Using Wavebox
Posted by Karim Buzdar on July 8, 2019

The Wavebox communication and productivity tool bring together all your favorite cloud applications in one place, right on your Ubuntu desktop. With Wavebox you are always one click away from your email accounts such as Gmail, Outlook, Google Inbox and from productivity tools such as Trello, Slack, Office 365 and many more. You can think of it as a central hub for all your communication and productivity related apps. You can even add links to other websites such as a company website, intranet, Facebook and other social media accounts.

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How to Setup a Digital Gaming Platform with Steam on Ubuntu
Posted by Karim Buzdar on May 7, 2019

Steam is a software content delivery system developed by Valve. There is some free software available but for the most part, the content delivered is non-free.

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